Both options are OEM from BMW. They might not have the tick box as an option, but the parts are BMW parts that were designed to work with the E39 M5, so...EAG I understand....What I don't understand are the owners that sell them cars.
Too lazy or incapable of marketing their own I guess.
PS The ad says "stock car with no modifications"... E39M5s came with neither bluetooth nor sirius. And their list of 'options' is BS too. But I suppose marketing to folks that know no difference you need to. Say, what is the RAREST "BMW Option" on the E39 M5???
It's so funny that so many here are "outraged" by the EAG prices.
Like some guy who recently sold his to EAG was saying, "where were YOU when I tried to sell mine?"
Either step it up when nice cars come up for sale, or quit whining. Don't complain because you were dithering and not serious and the car got away from you. I had no problem with this fictional EAG issue when I bought mine, because I had everything lined up and was ready. Money talks, BS walks.